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1995 Stories by Ann Walton Sieber

Archives: 1996 | 1995 | 1994
  • A Sound of Hovering Wings

    published April 6, 1995

    Throughout Tony Kushner's Angels in America: Millennium Approaches -- the first part of a seven-hour drama of love, sex, politics and the spirit... More >>

  • Playing It for Laughs

    published March 30, 1995

    When George Bernard Shaw wrote Arms and the Man in 1894, he was known as an arts critic and revolutionary rather than as a dramatist. However, in... More >>

  • Low Comedy, High Fun

    published March 9, 1995

    When Stages decided to stage the Marx Brothers' The Cocoanuts, what were they thinking? Why court disaster by staging a show that's so obviously... More >>

  • Tall Tales

    published February 23, 1995

    Dream state number one: you're 92, have had a stroke, and travel back in time to converse with your former selves. Dream state number two: you're... More >>

  • Climbing New Heights

    published February 23, 1995

    Fledgling theater companies are nothing new in Houston, a town still struggling to establish a third Equity house. Dead theater companies are... More >>

  • A Place of Your Own

    published February 2, 1995

    For black folk in 1898, an all-black town must have sounded impossibly wonderful. Nicodemus, Kansas, was such a town, as were many other towns... More >>

  • Chilly Scenes of Pinter

    published January 26, 1995

    An audience member once wrote to playwright Harold Pinter: "Dear Sir, I would be obliged if you would kindly explain to me the meaning of your... More >>

  • World Enough, and Slime

    published January 12, 1995

    As the "greed" installment in their self-proclaimed "sin season," Theater LaB presents Search and Destroy, Howard Korder's grimly entertaining... More >>

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